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Oct 26 , 2014
Man Seriously Injured after Beating at House Party
The injured man is still in Carbonear Hospital with serious head injuries.
Garbage Truck Hooks Utility Wires
Downtown street closed for several hours.
Hydro Moving Transformer to Sunnyside
New one for Sunnyside fails the test.
Car Crashes Continue to Mount
There were accidents in St. John's, CBS, and Mount Pearl.
Charlene Johnson's Father to Run in District
Ron Johnson will be PC candidate in the Trinity Bay de Verde byelection.
Drunken Metrobus Rider Arrested
Court had ordered him not to consume alcohol.
Sports Figure Passes Away
Edgar Hartery, a fixture at sporting events in the St.John's region, has passed away.
18 Months for George Street Stabbing
24 year old Corey Leger sentenced in connection with incident caught on tape.
Pair Charged After Kenmount Terrace Break In
35 year old man and 20 year old woman each charged.
Fatal Vehicle-Pedestrian Accident in Corner Brook
RNC say an 84-year-old woman was killed when she was struck by a 39-year-old man driving an SUV.
Accused in Police Chase Denied Bail
Jamie Reardon is facing charges of dangerous driving, flight from police, and multiple breaches. The 31-year-old had no license, and already owes about $20,000 in fines.
Key Witness Continues Cross Examination on Stand
Billy Power is due to be back on the stand next week.
Union Officials not Giving up on Wabush Mines
The company laid off some 500 workers last February after idling the mine.
Soldiers Resolved, Proud, Following Attacks
Soldiers attending a vigil for those who lost their lives while serving in Afghanistan say they will continue to serve their country with pride.
FFAW Pleased with New Halibut Tagging Program
FFAW President Earle McCurdy says more accurate method to guage halibut populations is necessary.
Hydro Advise of Slow Moving Traffic
A large piece of equipment will be on the move tomorrow morning from Holyrood to Sunnyside.
IceCaps Back in Action Tonight
Bridgeport Sound Tigers in town.
Provincial Sports Page
Hockey, Sea-Hawks
Friday's Games, Saturday's Schedule
The Royals now lead the World Series two games to one.
Oct 24 , 2014
Cliffs Shutting Wabush Mines Permanently
Union officials say efforts to reach a deal to sell the mine to royalty holder MFC are not dead yet.
Bail Denied for Accused in High Speed Police Chase
31-year-old Jamie Reardon had no license and already owes about $20,000 in fines.
Fundraiser for Canadian Soldiers Killed this Week
The fundraiser began on on Wednesday night, with a goal of $10,000 to be raised for Warrant Officer Patrice Vincent and Corporal Nathan Cirillo.
Man Sentenced to 18 Months for Assault
24-year-old Corey Leger was sentenced to 18 months minus time served, leaving him with about 14 months remaining.
Inconsistencies in Victim's Statements: Defence
Power says that Philip Pynn, Lyndon Butler, and Winsor all showed up at his house to rob him of a valuable necklace. Power says there was a struggle for the gun, and Winsor was killed.
Brief Lockdown at Sheshatshiu School after Incident
There was an incident involving a man with a gun who was threatening to harm himself.

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